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02/12/2010

*Special Alert* - Now Shipping: Maxell iVDR VC102

Exciting news from our warehouse… We officially have inventory of our brand new iVDRIVDR VC102 Direct-To-Disk Video Device VC102 Direct-To-Disk Device. This device provides video professionals with the benefits of digital storage combined with the resourcefulness of inexpensive hard drive technology.

The iVDR VC102 is a ruggedized, “Smart” device that gives users the ability to simultaneously record to an iVDR while recording to the camera’s native format, be it MiniDV, DVCPro, P2, internal HDD, XDCAM EX or a multitude of others. 

Other Features Include:

•    Non-linear recording for compatibility with post-production editing programs such as Final Cut Pro,
Edius or Adobe Premiere.

•    Compatibility with cameras that record in DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO100, DVCPRO HD or HDV formats 

•    Ships with (2), 6-pin-to-4-pin IEEE 1394a adapters and (1) 6-pin-to-6-pin IEEE 1394a adapter.

For more information, visit www.maxell-ivdr.com or contact a Maxell Pro Dealer.

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Maxell's first-generation iVDR was successful with the Panasonic P2 cameras. The new iVDR VC102 utilizing CitiDISK technology allowing for vastly expanded support of professional video cameras.

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